dawn Lancaster on January 31st, 2012

I Made this baby blanket with your Blue Sky Organic Cotton in Limeade. I used two strands when knitting. I love the weight.        

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KnittyHeather on January 31st, 2012

I knit this hat for my friend as a surprise for her birthday. I used Madelinetosh DK in the colorway of Badlands. I loved knitting with this yarn and the variations of the brown were fun. It should be perfect to go along with the brown coat she wears to work. The pattern is called […]

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mamanpc on January 31st, 2012

My own design, inspired by a mesh top pattern in VK summer 2011 issue. Knit in round in thick 100% yarn.

Estelle in her trendy mesh top / dress

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elisheva on January 30th, 2012

“Dandelion air is inspired by whimsy.” It’s weird to have a personal relationship to a project or pattern.  I fell in love with this colorway, Madeline Tosh Merino Light in Candlewick, the moment I saw it.   I let the skein sit for a while before I knit it up, convinced I wouldn’t make anything […]

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elisheva on January 24th, 2012

After recently ending a hat-ban induced by too much  knitwear living in a sock drawer, I decided to make a cap for my fiancé.  Inspired by his love of purple and my love of fine tonal yarn, I picked Silky Merino by Malabrigo in Purple Mystery.  Like so many others, I had a hard time […]

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mvgatski on January 22nd, 2012

I used Artyarns silk mohair H-7 for this beautiful shawl.

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admin on January 14th, 2012

Rhapsody Glitter Light in 222g as shown in the elisabeth scarf from mac and me – we’ve only just begun!
http://www.fabulousyarn.com/artyarns_silkrhapsodyglitter_light_222g.shtml

ruffle detail of elisabeth scarf using Artyarns Rhapsody Glitter Light in 222g

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alicealice on January 9th, 2012

Made these from Spud & Chloe Fine, in popcorn (purchased from Fab!), using Evelyn Clark’s Rose Ribs sock pattern.  These are the first super-lacy socks I’ve attempted, and I had a few false starts with the pattern… did you know that a yarn-over between a knit stitch and a purl stitch acts slightly different than […]

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